Y R Baryishak

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Vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC) is usually considered as an allergic eye disorder of type I, and in most therapeutic trials it has been shown to yield to topical treatment with sodium cromoglycate. This has been confirmed in the present study of VKC patients from Israel. However, some of the cases seemed not to benefit from this treatment. In a survey of(More)
Two clinically similar cases of vernal keratoconjunctivitis with dissimilar immunological data are reported. One patient had strikingly elevated IgE levels in both serum and tears, and his tear fluid contained specific IgE antibodies to a number of allergens. Conjunctival scrapings and peripheral blood samples showed marked eosinophilic reactions. The other(More)
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